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When are we going to stop striving to be better? Doubtless never. I think it’s normal and quite healthy to want to improve ourselves in all areas of our lives: in our health, our relationships and our work.

But what makes...

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“Follow  your bliss and don't be afraid, and doors will open where you didn't know they were going to be.” Joseph Campbell

It is hard to be someone other than yourself.  It’s a struggle to pretend you’re someone you’re not; it’s...

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I had the good fortune to live on a horse ranch in the Arizona desert between 2007-2009. I mucked out their stalls every morning around 7am, and it was a fantastic start to my day. Why? Because those horses taught...

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I was in my regular support group last weekend, and I began to share about resentments, particularly one I had held on to for many, many years. It was one of those justifiable resentments, which makes it all the...
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The other day, I began to feel breathless with all the good things that have been opening up in my work life. I have a lot on my plate with some exciting things happening, but on this particular day...
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“All day long the thoughts that occupy your mind, your Secret Place, as Jesus calls it, are moulding your destiny for good or evil; in fact, the truth is that the whole of our life’s experience is but the outer...
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“You have asked for and been given enough words – it is now time to live them” Avatar Meher Baba The concept of Silence is nothing new, and yet, in our society, it is not generally practised or encouraged. Avatar Meher Baba...
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Recently, I had what some would call an existential wobble. I was walking down my local high street with a list of things to do, when I suddenly felt tired. Tired of life and tired of the day to day...
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Several years ago, I met a man whilst on a holiday. We spent a heavenly week together, travelling a little and spending time at his beautiful family home. I was introduced to his family and we all got...
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Recently, I found myself despairing of ever having the life I think I want, rather than being grateful and content with the life I have. The reason for this despair? I began comparing myself and my life to a friend’s...
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